Kipling Memorial Health Centre
Constructed in 1948, this is an active treatment acute general hospital. An
addition of a large service area and five beds was made in 1960. A renovation
period also took place in 1978/79, which increased the size of the Laboratory
and outpatient area. Plans are in the place for building a new integrated Health
Facility in the near future. The original hospital was dedicated as a
permanent memorial to the veterans of two great World Wars; hence, it derives
the "Memorial" in its title.
Kipling has a
very active alcohol and drug treatment facility.
The Moose Mountain Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Society are the front line
for identifying and assisting clients who approach them for help in overcoming
their drug and alcohol problems. Local residents identified this need and have
been instrumental in developing the Society here. Kipling has an active
treatment acute care hospital. The hospital is very busy with outpatient
services such as emergency care, laboratory and X-ray capabilities. Currently
there are three physicians in town who maintain very active practices and have
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